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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 24, 1967, Tokyo, Japan North Korea news official defects Korea Bureau Korea North korean news Man jumped into a United nations com Mand Sedan at the Panmunjom truce site wednesday and escaped to Freedom in a Hail of i was starved for free us Kun vice chief of the official North korean Central news who voluntarily entered a vehicle occupied by an american officer at the end of the 242d meeting of the joint military armistice Kim ii Sung the North korean Premier will not be Able to sleep tonight when lie finds out the news of my i he will be two North korean guards tried to Force their Way into the continued on Back 3 Star an authorized publication of the armed forces in the far East ipes daily 154 with supplements 82 five Star edition Btu March 1967 policeman and two youths remove bomb from town none Hurt freight train smashed into a bomb Laden truck scattering explosives Over an intersection and against nearby none of the 84 bombs on the truck no one was an estimated 15 to 20 persons in the three nearby housing a Barbera shop and electrical a p p 1 i a n be one of the 500pound bombs soared 40 feet through the air and smashed into the rear of the bar Ber another bounced against continued on Back 1 Clay Shaw indicted on charge of conspiring to kill Juk compiled prom a and up Washington president Johnson said wednesday he will press his efforts for peace despite a Rebuff from North Vietnam president to Chi Johnson made his feelings Clear As he briefed congressional leaders on his Guam conference and the in such Exchange of letters with Republican House Leader Gerald Ford of Michigan said after meeting with the president we Are making Progress in the Eon duct of the at the same a Johnson Aid said the presidents peace bid was still open despite the Rebuff by White House Piess Secretary George Christian told newsmen i can assure you the president is not going to cease his attempts to find some meeting ground to promote peace in Southeast Christian declined to be drawn into commenting on the claim by Robert Kennedy that the Johnso Nho Exchange bore out his belief that a bomb ing halt by the United states might Lead to the negotiating i wont debate Christian the president has to act from All the information he has on these peace efforts and he is not free and i am not free to comment on every Dif Ference of opinion or every state ment made on the after the 90minute White House continued on Back 1 new Orleans a Clay Shaw was indicted by the Orleans Parish county grand jury wednesday on a charge of conspiring assassination of president John indictment came As a sur prise As Jim Garrison had previously indicated he would bypass the grand jury and file a Bill of information before bring ing to three state judges ruled last Friday following a fou Day preliminary hearing that Garrison had produced enough evidence to warrant holding Shaw for with an Garrison the information not brought out at the preliminary hearing secret until an actual trial is held Garrison would not comment on the j the grand Jurys Bill charged Shaw with wilfully and unlawfully conspiring with David Ferric and Lee Harvey Oswald to murder John the indictment was voted after Perry garrisons Star witness in last weeks preliminary spent nearly two hours with the grand at the preliminary hearing for a wealthy retired Busi Ness Russo testified he i heard Ferrie and plot Kennedy judge Matthew Braniff ordered Shaw released on the same 000 Bond he posted after his March 1 arrest but said Shaw would have to come into court thursday and sign the Bond asked Why the Case was taken to the grand jury instead of a Bill of information being Braniff told newsmen i dont perhaps because of the seriousness of the its a Public the president of the United states is when a Baton continued on Back 2 bulletins Alaska a the coast guard reported wednes Day it had seized a 178foot rus Sian fishing vessel for violating the 12mile exclusive fish eries the coast guard reported that the Cutter Storis had placed a prize Crew aboard the soviet ship and was preparing to Tow or escort it to Saigon up jets spotted communist troop concentrations along the Central coast wednesday and killed in bombing and strafing a spokesman

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